Hotel Le Merkler

Grand Anse, PRASLIN, 0, SC
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Staying in Praslin, with a child of 3 years old

by lox

Hi everybody, next April my wife, I and pour child are planning to stay in Praslin for some 10 days. We were 5 years ago in La Digue, but now we want to stay in Praslin.
We'd like to have suggestions, tips or anything else on "where" to stay, considering we've read many things on staying on the "wrong" side of the island in that period (for ex. beaches exposed to bad sea...).
We'd like - as anybody! - stay in a confortable nice and cheap accomodation, with a beach close 'cause of the baby.
Thx to anybody who'll help us !!!! Cheers !!!! Lox

Re: Staying in Praslin, with a child of 3 years old

by legend25

Hi there,
i would like to suggest a very good place for u to live on praslin.
its a beautiful guesthouse, with everything needed for you and your family to stay. it has kitchen with fridge, cooker, oven, all the furnitures, bedroom has aircondition. bathroom has shower and bathtube and all is brand new.its called" hideaway". the guest house has the beach just infront and has a shop next to it.i have the owners telephone number (00248) 716181. if u want more info just ask

best regards

Re: Staying in Praslin, with a child of 3 years old

by emmanuel009

I suggest Beach Villa, on Praslin

Travel Tips for Praslin


by ayesh

The best tip for these islands is: go there with someone you really love.... You will have the best romantic time in the seventh heaven.

It is the perfect lovers realm. I don´t really know whether it was the beautiful sunset, the sharks underwater or the idyllic beaches.... I CAN´T CHOOSE!

World Heritage Site

by kyoub

One of the main things that people come to Praslin to see is the Vallee de Mai.. It is a primeval rain forest, designated a world heritage site.
At the entrance you will receive a brochure so you can follow the well marked path.
There are many exotic tropical plants, giant specimens of our everyday houseplants.
If you are lucky you will see the rare black parrot that lives here.
The coco de mer tree grows wild here. Only two places in the world that has this botanical rarity.
It is rather dark once you start down the path and it has sort of an eery feel to it. We hear parrots but didn't see any. We did see the coco de mer tree with its male and female fruits.

Praslin - Island of majestic bays and beaches

by MikeAtSea

The second largest granite island of the Seychelles is Praslin, about 40 km from Mahe. By boat it takes about one hour or py plane 15 minutes to reach the island. The island has a population of about 6000 inhabitants. There are several excellent hotels, including the Lemuria Resort and the Chateau de Feullies. Praslin is not as mountainous as Mahe - the highest point being 330 metres - but it has similarly great granite outcrops surrounded by beautiful beaches, and a coral reef enclosing the crystal clear waters which are so typical of the Seychelles.
The majestic beaches and bays alternate with smaller ones on which even in a busy season one can believe one is the only person on the island.
Anse Volbert or Cote d'or to the east of the island, are particulary beautiful, with its pure white sand.
Fantastic granite masses form the striking backgrounds to the beaches of Anse Bois de Rose, Anse Boudin and Anse Kerlan, where the five-star Lemuria Resort has the only 18-hole golf course of the Seychelles.

At the northernmost tip of the island, Anse Lazio is excellent for both swimming and snorkelling. Grand Anse, on the west coast has an equally beautiful beach for azing about, but the waters are sometimes heavy with seaweed, and because it is so shallow, swimming is difficult at low tide.
One of hte eternal symbols of the Seychelles, the huge coco de mer nut grows in the Vallee de Mai forest of Praslin, also home of one of the world's rarest birds, the black parrot. It is one of the smallest World Heritage Sites on earth, and paths are well maintained for exploration of this unique nature.


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